Fall 2021 JCF Grants Cycle Results Announced: Mazel Tov, Grantees!
The JCF's Grants Committee, led by co-chairs Rhona Cohen and Andi Levin, and the JCF's Board of Trustees has approved the Fall 2021 JCF Grants Cycle results to help local organizations launch new and innovative programs and services throughout Southern New Jersey.
In total, 17 grants were approved, totaling $35,000 to benefit the following initiatives:
BBYO South Jersey Region : Aleph (Boys) Engagement
Congregation Beth El & Temple Beth Sholom :
Kesher: TBS & Beth El High School Holiday Hesed Programs
Kesher: TBS & Beth El High School Teen Summits
Congregation Sons of Israel :
Kosher Kitchen Updating
Youth Synagogue Incentive Program
Jewish Community Relations Council :
Raab/Goodwin Center: Museum Updates, Phase 3
Teens Advocating Together
Jewish Family & Children's Service :
Book Club for Holocaust Survivors
Educational Support Group for Widows/Widowers
Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey :
Shabbat-O-Grams for Welcome to Southern New Jersey
Weinberg Wellness Initiative (Fitness Classes)
Weinberg Wellness Initiative (Health Checks)
Katz JCC : Highlighting the J in the JCC
Kellman Brown Academy : A New Zimrikudia "Music and Dance Festival" for a Pandemic World
Lions Gate : Music & Memory
Politz Day School : Sensory Room
Temple Beth Sholom : TBS Healing Services
The JCF thanks all organizations for applying, and mazel tov to all of the grantees.
Mark your calendars: We look forward to seeing applications for the Spring 2022 Cycle, which has an application deadline of Friday, March 18th. More details to be announced.